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Wanted: The Grill Sergeant

Do you have what it takes to be a Goode Grill Sergeant?

Are you up for the job of Murphy-Goode’s Grill Sergeant? Are you willing to wear a viking helmet?

 

Are you up for the job of Murphy-Goode's Grill Sergeant? Are you willing to wear a viking helmet?
Are you up for the job of Murphy-Goode’s Grill Sergeant? Are you willing to wear a viking helmet?

Murphy-Goode winery is seeking a military veteran with serious grilling skills to be its official Grill Sergeant.

You’ll need to be able to fight grill flare-ups, season like you mean it, engage on the competitive barbecue circuit and pair wine and recipes with precision.

“Our Grill Sergeant will barbecue and create Murphy-Goode recipes, all while encouraging a GOODE time,” says the winery on its Craigslist ad for the gig. Not to mention able to endure a lot of really bad puns and the shame of wearing a viking helmet during daylight hours.

If you’re willing to enlist, check out the website at murphygoodewinery.com/grill-sergeant.

 

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